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One of the world's largest telecommunications companies, Huawei, began to close its official stores in Russia, reports RIA Novosti, citing a source close to the company.
"The first store closed down in the Riviera shopping center in Moscow on February 28. Then the stores in Novokuznetsk, Ufa and Rostov-on-Don were closed. Thus, out of 19 official stores, only 15 continue to operate," RIA Novosti’s source said.
The source claims that the main reason for the closure is the shortage of products …
The Chinese giant is taking steps to achieve independence from the American Market. Recently it unveiled its own operating system, and now it has announced that it will be cooperating with a Russian state bank, reports DW.
Russia’s Sberbank and the Chinese concern Huawei are discussing the possibility of integrating the Huawei Pay service with the bank’s own payment service. “We are also discussing various applications and services, how to create a microsystem, a base, how to combine our …
According to the Russian online business registry, SPARK, the revenue of the Russian subsidiary of Huawei Technologies Co. (LTC Huawei Tech Company) increased from 61.7 billion to 132.3 billion rubles in 2018. Net profit of the company at the end of last year increased by 2.4 times to 3.35 billion rubles.
LTC Huawei Tech Company was registered on September 15, 2000. According to the SPARK data, the amount of last year's revenue is the company's new record. A representative of Huawei declined …
The Chinese corporation Huawei is engaged in negotiations with several Russian companies concerning the acquisition of businesses, the founding of joint enterprises and the use of their technologies. Offers have been received by the developer of the “Elbrus” processors, the creator of the line of Alt Linux operating systems, and a company that provides information security and network monitoring systems.
According to RBC, the Chinese manufacturer has become more active on the Russian market in …
Russian officials have suggested that the Chinese cellphone company Huawei replace Google’s Android OS with the Aurora OS developed in Russia, reports the Bell citing two informed sources.
The idea was brought up shortly before the start of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in a meeting between Huawei Chief Executive Director Guo Ping and Russian Minister of Digital Development and Communications Konstantin Noskov, and was later discussed at meetings between Vladimir Putin and Xi …
The Chinese company Huawei and Russian largest mobile operator MTS signed an agreement on the development of 5G technologies and pilot launches of fifth-generation communication networks in Russia in 2019-2020, reports RBC news agency with a reference to a press-service of MTS.
The agreement was concluded in the Kremlin in the presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Two companies plan to introduce 5G and IoT (Internet of Things) technologies and …